Monthly Archives: September 2016

Friday, 23rd September 2016

Leanne Murfin is Holiday Extras’ new Partnership Development Manager

Tweet Holiday Extras announces the appointment Leanne Murfin as the new Partnership Development Manager for the North. Leanne will be out and about from next week meeting existing partners and attracting new business. Leanne joins Holiday Extras after a more than a dozen productive years working in the travel industry. … Read more

Friday, 23rd September 2016

Two Top Awards for Holiday Extras

Tweet Holiday Extras scoops two industry Awards at Top Travel Event On September 19 Holiday Extras, the travel extras specialist, scooped two important travel industry gongs at the Travel Trade Gazette’s annual award ceremony:   Car Hire supplier of the Year and Travel Essentials Company of the Year. The glittering … Read more

Tuesday, 13th September 2016

Trade-Press: Holiday Extras first-ever Partner’s Day

Tweet Holiday Extras hosted its first-ever Partner’s Day at its head office campus in Kent this Thursday. Over a hundred of the company’s partners attended, including representatives from TUI, National Express, Easyjet and Monarch. Activities ran from the morning right through until the evening with one of the highlights being … Read more

Tuesday, 13th September 2016

Trade Press: Holiday Extras’ new insurance incentive launched

Tweet Holiday Extras has revealed the details of an exciting insurance incentive for all of its retail partners; with a grand prize of £2,000 worth of gift cards up for grabs and seven week’s worth of prizes totalling around £150* each. The incentive scheme is running from September 5 to … Read more

Monday, 5th September 2016

One in Four Brits Uninsured on Domestic Breaks

Tweet As staycations continue to rise in popularity, a survey of almost 2,000 Brits has revealed today that one in four holidaymakers leave themselves exposed to potential financial loss by not taking out a basic holiday insurance for UK breaks. According to the research, commissioned by, 22 per cent … Read more